Life and Style 'Angry Birds' and other mobile game users are reportedly leaving their personal information open to secret harvesting by government spies

Metadata from iPhone and Android apps can leak data about the phone's model, age of users, gender and location

Chinese journalist jailed for eight years for leaking state secrets after Yahoo disclosed details of his emails is released

Yahoo was widely criticised for disclosing details of Shi's emails to the Chinese government leading to his conviction

Yahoo's reveals new logo, bevels and all

Slimmer typeface offers a re-design, but nothing drastic

Flickr's iOS app adds lives filters and more to take on Instagram

Changes to the app for iPhones will try to increase Flickr's presence in the mobile photography market

Yahoo or Google? Web supremacy depends on how you measure it

Although measuring traffic online isn't an exact science, whether you choose to measure unique visitors or each hit makes a big difference.

Yahoo overtakes Google in web traffic

New rankings vindicate CEO Marissa Mayer's changes to the ailing brand

Jim Armitage: A new Dawn for Yahoo, so now it must wake up

Outlook Here's a question for Dawn Airey, the former Channel 5 boss who's just accepted the job of European boss at Yahoo. My internet-savvy 10-year-old has never heard of your new employer: what are you going to do about it?

Coup for Yahoo as it lures former Channel 5 boss to European arm

Yahoo's chief executive Marissa Mayer last night hired one of Britain's leading commercial television executives, Dawn Airey, to run the internet group's European operations.

Microsoft introduces Bing pop-up warning for child abuse search terms

The search engine will now warn users when they are in danger of accessing illegal material

David Cameron announced that possessing pornography that depicts simulated rape is to become a criminal offence in England and Wales as he pledges to make Britain a place where there is a 'sense of right and wrong'

David Cameron to announce crackdown on violent internet porn

Prime Minister urges internet giants to ‘blacklist’ search terms and pledges to step up fight against extreme material

Concerned: Cameron will say internet firms aid people in a criminal act by allowing porn to be posted

Prime Minister David Cameron to press Google over ‘complicity’ in porn 

Prime Minister says firms are not doing enough to tackle the menace of internet pornography

President and CEO of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer puts Yahoo back on track as earnings soar by 46%

Yahoo’s earnings rose by 46 per cent in the second quarter, the company said last night as its chief executive, Marissa Mayer, marked one year at  the helm of the internet business that is trying to win back the attention of web users.

President and CEO of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer

Yahoo keeps the tab open, buys email organizing app Xobni

Xobni is the third acquisition from Yahoo in as many days

Qwiki is an app that complies video and audio from a user's phone to create video slideshows

Yahoo's buys iPhone video app Qwiki for a reported $50m

Acquisition continues Yahoo's continued push into mobile

President and CEO of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer

'You look attractive': Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer faces sexist comments at shareholders' meeting

George Polis: I have 2,000 shares ... and I'm a dirty old man

Gabriel Weinberg is the CEO and founder of DuckDuckGo, a search engine that doesn't track its users.

An interview with DuckDuckGo CEO on the future of anonymous searching

Gabriel Weinberg tells us why he thinks people are turning away from Google

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Smash hit go under the hammer

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A new documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry
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Twenty years ago, Belle & Sebastian was a fey indie band from Glasgow. It still is – except today, as prime mover Stuart Murdoch admits, it has a global cult following, from Hollywood to South Korea
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Winston Churchill: the enigma of a British hero

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